The programs are mainly for those with a basic theological degree seeking an upgrade. All who apply for CTE programs must be in active ministry to qualify for consideration.

The Diploma of Theology to Bachelor of Theology is for those with 4 years of theological studies or equivalent. Those who have more than 3 years of full-time ministry experience are exempted from sitting for a qualifying exam. MBTS Diploma of Theology graduates will need another 40 credits to complete the BTh. Diploma graduates from other seminaries may required more credits.

The Bachelor of Theology to Master of Arts (Pastoral) is for Christian workers with a B.Th and able to dedicate themselves to an equivalent of 1 year of full-time academic studies. A total of 34 credits are required to graduate.

The Bachelor of Theology to Master of Arts in Missiology is for Christian workers with a B.Th and able to dedicate themselves to an equivalent of 1 year of full-time academic studies. A total of 36 credits are required to graduate.

The Bachelor of Theology to Master of Divinity is for Christian workers with a B.TH and able to dedicate themselves to an equivalent of 2 years of full-time academic studies. A total of 60 credits are required to graduate.

The Master of Arts in Youth Ministry is for full-time youth pastors and workers. The program is offered in a modular format and requires 28 credits to complete.

The Bachelor of Theology/Master of Arts is for full-time workers who are 32 years and above, in active ministry, have minimum 5 years of full-time Christian ministry and able to do masteral level academic work. The program calls for an equivalent of 4 years full-time academic studies. A total of 150 credits are required to graduate. This course is focus on Pastoral Major and a Missions Minor.



THE CONTINUING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS (CTE)
 
CTE Program:  Upgrading to     B.Th     MA (Pastoral)     MA (Missiology)     M.Div     MA (Youth Ministry)     B.Th/MA
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